The departure of the Iraqi poet Lamia Abbas, the architecture of Iraq

Washington-ALsharqiya, June 19: The Iraqi and Arab literary circles mourned the great poet Lamia Abbas Emara at the age of ninety-two years after suffering with illness in the United States. When she was twelve years old, she wrote poetry and sent her poems to the immigrant poet Elia Abu Madi, who was a friend of her father. And in her colloquial Iraqi dialect, she is close to her local audience, who tormented her poems, turning some of them into songs that people chant. Among its collections are the empty and Iraqi Zawiya, even if the fortuneteller had told me, and the last dimension.


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